Are you looking for a fun way to celebrate fall with your family? Downtown San Diego has an awesome celebration going on this weekend! It’s a FREE Sunday fun-day for the entire family at the 18th Annual Fall Back Festival! Take a stroll down the historical streets of the Gaslamp Quarter on Sunday, November 4th from 11am to 4pm and fall back into San Diego’s wild past of the 1880’s!

San Diego Fall Festival

The whole family will be immersed in the magical old-fashioned atmosphere that the Fall Back Festival brings to life each year. Combine a day of play and educational fun as history comes alive while kids pan for gold with actual prospectors, observe a blacksmith displaying his trade, and saddle up for an adventurous pony ride.

San Diego Fall Festival

It’s never a dull moment at this children’s historical street faire! With everything from old-fashioned contests and gold panning, your cowboys and girls are sure to work up an appetite— but never fear: for just $5 you can enjoy a variety of snacks for the kids from some of the Gaslamp’s most favorable food finds like complimentary quesadillas from Mr. Joey’s Taco Shop, popcorn, and ice cream. Kids and adults can also enter into one of our spaghetti-, pie-, or ice cream-eating contests for your chance to win some awesome prizes and walk away with a full stomach!

San Diego Fall Festival

The timelessly cherished tradition of Fall Back Festival is a FREE event for the public to enjoy in the heart of downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. The lively festivities will take place in front of the Davis Horton House, spanning from 4th Avenue between Market Street and J Street and Island Avenue between 4th and 5th Avenues. With numerous historical demonstrators and interactive activities, this is the perfect place to spend a Sunday afternoon with family and friends.

San Diego Fall Festival

Fall Back is produced by the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, and helps to advance their mission of preserving the history and culture of the Gaslamp Quarter and providing a living history of San Diego. For more information, please visit gaslampfoundation.org.